Practice Areas: Auto Accidents
Being injured by the carelessness of another driver brings with it having to deal with the legal ramifications of addressing the wrong done you. Legal concepts and terms you would likely need to know include negligence, contributory negligence, Boulevard Rule, negligent entrustment, assumption of the risk, medical causation, PIP insurance, liability insurance, uninsured motorist insurance, economic damages, non-economic damages, prospective future damages, and others. How these legal concepts interrelate to each other is also important.
It can be quite confusing and complicated. The other driver's insurance company has a trained staff of adjustors and lawyers working to minimize the responsibility of the other driver and his insurance company for the injury you suffered. Do you know the law? Do you know the law applies to the facts of your case? Do you know what the insurance company can be required to pay, not just what they want to pay? And when? Shouldn't you find out? Shouldn't you have someone to protect your rights and interests as the injured person? Only an attorney can do so for you.
Since 1986, Donald J. Arnold has been successfully representing individuals injured in auto accidents, obtaining for his clients the compensation deserved for having been injured due to the carelessness of another driver. Mr Arnold is authorized to practice law in all state and federal trial and appeals courts covering Maryland. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland Law School, with honors, 1986, and was admitted to the Maryland Bar that same year, having passed the Bar Exam on the first attempt. He was admitted to the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland in 1987, the U.S. Court of Appeals (Fourth Circuit) in 1991, and the U.S. Supreme Court in 1993.
For more information or an appointment call (410) 838-2542. Toll Free (For those outside Harford and Baltimore Counties) is 888-808-0449. Mr Arnold prefers initial potential client contact to be by telephone or appointment in person, with use of e-mail being reserved for existing clients after an appropriate attorney-client relationship has been formally established.
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